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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HESALO Thundoy, Auguil 19, 1971 Your horoscope By Jean's Dixon ITillMV. :il Your li I r I h d a y What is pasl is merely a lire- face lo what comes next. goes, ttlirre more is lo come j Irom. Gli.MIM (Hay 21 .Inly Deing forthright needn'l m- clude harshness jour self- You needn't burn bridges discipline is under lest. Show behind ion now your inner natuie evolves in such leaps i down at ihe earliest reason- able time, take i( casv. CA.NCKR (June 21 .July thai no return lo previous Expect surprise amouR people emotional and psychological j learning of your plans, bul conditions is possible any. J ou ivorkin" dill ddail.i. affairs comes loo easily, could displease people whose co-op- craliou you'll need later. SCOKI'IO (Ocl. 23 N'ov. faces may include po- Icnlial rivals, competitors. Changes in your field have ben long planned, slowly or- ganized, and almost impossible lo hold off longer. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Sometimes long range way. Tixlay's nalivc-, live Air. self-interest involves quite a Speaking o u t clcarh ends most of their lives co-operat- ing a mental plane des- pite physical activity AllllC.S (.March 21-April Wind up jour work week wilh a flourish you won't pass trum. this particular way again. Per-1 VIRGO (Aug. Sqil. sislcnl effort sdiles mosl de- Move in lo close current (ails well. T.U'KUS Put yuur main attention onlo financial and economic mat- ters. See where voiir moncv bil over (he short lerni. Con- sonic burden and perhaps a Iiirlcr H'" exchange of an in- different, fresh responsibility. I vestment, keep good records. Be sure of w h a I you're1 CAPItlCORV (Dec. 22 asking; don't just pull a Thc better you have Ihings organized Ihe duller is Hie day. Let well enough alone; avoid new controversy. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. For the moment deliver what hase been agreed upon ralher than using brash new theories. Use your energy for more detailed ideas. PISCES (Feb. ]9-March It's about time you gave friends, relatives, steady as- sociates and yourself a break. Seek change of mood and scene. (1971: The Chicago Tribune) rUMBLEWEEDS-By TOM K. RYAN n ego I i a lions; finish incom- plete projecls. More affluent times are ahead. LIBRA (Srpt. Plunging ahead willi your own LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M.D. Hungry sea otter .Menstruation al is most unusual Drar Dr. 1, a m )i Is it dan-I I am not enlhUMJisiie lhusiasiie about born slack to prevent can- mini-meal i Andy sends a complelc 20- volume set of the World j Book Encyclopedia to Pam- ela Sain, age 14, of Vale. iN'orlh Carolina, for her ques- tion: What docs Ihc sea oltcr cat lor liilich? The charming sea otter is a bom snackcr and when one is finished he starts thinking about Ihe next one. He helps himself lo snack alter sterectomies ccr. If Ihere is something wrong wilh Ihe ulerus, ihen it should be considered. Other- i snack. a11 Uw day and wise a regular checkup is a bet- ter solution i sometimes wakes up for an ex- tra one or Iwo during the night. It's hard to separate this se- Dcar Dr. I, a ra li Two of mini-meals geious to still menstruate al the age of 57? "Pus is my case! After two jears ol irregular menstruations, if stopped last year. I thought it was the end of it but I menstruated again this 3'car. Volume and duration were normal, except that I felt somewhat swollen for two weeks before. I feel line, have j lo obtain information from (he a pap smear test done every National Institutes of Health re- year. Do you think it would be lalive lo restoration of sense of safer lo consider a hyslerec. taste. Could you give me the' lomy in order lo try to prevent! specific mailing address7 cancer? My molhei died from Dear Doclor There have shores of California, where re- cancer of Ihc uterus al the age been a large number of re- cenlly Ihe fishermen set up a of 60. quests for this information, i loud complaint against him. Dear flrarlrr It is most i which I guess speaks for iLsclIJTlie fishermen Ihink the sea unusual lo be menstruating about the number of people who oiler are taking more than at that age. This would sug- need to spruce up Iheir taster, i Iheir share of IJie abalone that gcst lhat you could still get The original information indi-1 Ihe fishermen gather for (he pregnant and you are past the eating doctor's could obtain a age of any documented success- from the National Institutes of ful pregnancy. I think anyone Health to test patients was in with lhat type of history should the Medical World News reporl my patients have requested me [asl- lllncl1 and tlinncr- Bul the menu items he selects are meat, live meat from Ihe salty He enjoys life off (he sunny lo have an examination. Unex- plained bleeding can also be more serious. 'regardless of him- recently No changes in hospital premiums REGLNA (CP) Premier Allan Blakeney announced here Institule, National Institute of medical care, and hospital in- Heallli. Beihcsda. Maryland. surance premiums for 1972 will see their doclor and have complete examination. 1 don't wish to alarm you but bleeding is not always a menstrual pe- riod. Some women bleed from fibroid tumors, which are not malignant, bul il is necessary write to Dr. Robert I. Hcnkin, of Dr. Ilenkin's work. It is this method which has successfully restored taste for a number of patients, It is a fairly new de- 1 velopment. I would suggest that any doctor wanting a kit should j Chief, N euro endocrinology Sec- tion. National Heart and Lung market. What's more, they claim that he also rips holes in their nels. His agile, four-fool body weighs around 00 pounds and he is a strong underwater sinmmer. He can Lear his way through most nets wilh no Irouble al all. However, most fishermen feel somewhat embarrassed about complaining. The sea otter wears an exquisite coat of thick silky fur for which his kinfolk were hunted until they were thought to be ex- tinct. Then a few showed up and strict laws were passed to protect them. For years there were none in the abalone fish- ing realm, bul as Iheir num- bers multiplied they relumed. Most people don't want lo change the conservation laws lhat still protect him, whkh is why the lillle nuisance is an embarrassment When a sea oiler surfaces with an abalone, he floats on his ack and uses his furry tummy as a table. There, in plain sight of the fishermen, he cracks the shell and leisurely uses his dainty paws to feed himselL Surely the clever character can't be teasing those frustrated fishermen! S'o far, nobody has come up with a worthwhile idea on how to preserve abalones from the clever liltlc sea otters. All we can do is hope other items on his diet will become more plentiful and that he concen- trates on them. Then he ill .lull idJIU. 1; rtiii-c pi.-HllL.Mii3 lui YH1I at least some of the nusual bleeding should be cause for a return visit to the UP leaving a bellcr lasle in a doctor at once. lot of peoples' mouths. GOREN ON BRIDGE since 19C5, at 536 for single and for families. j Mr. Blakeney said at a news 1 conference his new Democratic abalone for humans who first hunted him almost to ex- [inclion and tJien passed con- servation laws lo help liim sur- BY CHARLES H. GOREN le mi; BI Th chimo THI.MI Neither vulnerable. Easl NORTFT AKJCi O !5 0742 K I .1 WEST EAST 4 8 i Z Void r: 10 v A K q j 0 15B5J 0 AKQJII 10 8 7 I SOUTH A Q10D7 5 0 Void AQJS! The bidding: Eist South Wesl North 20 2 Pass j O 44 S O Dble. Pass B 0 Pall Pais Pasi Dble. Pass Piss Pass Easl, holding 10 tricks and four defensive winners. j South now bid six spades which was passed back lo East. H is highly questionable (hat he should still choose lo 1 defend on the deal, particu- larly in the light of West's warning. It should not hnve i been hard to visualize that the opponents had both black suits and lhat their holdings were apl lo be highly distri- butional so that defensive j tricks would be scarce. A bid I of seven hearts would merely be taking out insurance on Ihe deal. Observe lhal if South defends, he must open Ihe ace of clubs lo sel Ihe contract one trick. If hu tries lo cash the ace of spades i first, East ruffs in his hand, draws trump and sluffs West's losing club on a long dia- mond. East chose lo double sh spades and the fate of the deal now hinged on West's choice of a lead. After vive. Sometimes the frisky fellow calches a medium-sized fish. More oflen he dives ICO feet j Parly government does not j agree with suggestions lhat a premium increase would con- trol cos Is. leggy cutlletish or a plump sea urchin, a clam or a mussel or some other crustacean. He al- ways carries his snack to the surface. lloats on his back and eats moullifuls from his per- sonal lablc, his stomach. His mini-meal may be abaloneur anything else wants because anyone to retaliate. care insurance commission to control cosls and abuses, "ralh- cr lhan Irying lo introduce a regulatory approach at this lime." The premier said the govern- ment would seek Lo control easts et Ihe base, by suggesline economies in hospital usage i T T, Ilirough extended home care the law and by hospital organizalional efficiency. MORSE BYELECTION HAMHOCKER, WHAT HAVE YOU PONE TO'MY ISN'T HE THE CUTEST HE WAS SO I SAVE HIM A600PSCRUePINGANPW.EACHEPALL.HIS HAIRL.THEMI PKAIPEPW COMPEP MIS TAIL AMP MARCELLEP HIS HAIRi I ACTUALLY KNITTEP THOSE SfftTS IN 2 PLEACH 5HOOLP LAST FOR WEEKS] BlOMDIE-By Chic Young BLONDJE, I WISH WE COJLD THINK UP SOME WAY TO FI6HT INFLATION i BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker 16 ThIAT WMV HE LKXED ME? 1 JUST i WANTEPTD SEE IF HE WAS CHOCOLATE U L ABNER-By Al Copp MOST OF THEM ARE DECEMT AMD -BUTTHERE'SA -AMD IT COULD BE MINORITY THAT I ONE OF I GIVES THEM J FIRE A FEW WARNING j A BAD NAME- i, ..r1 ARCHIE-By Bob Montono The handsome sea oiler is I HAO A JOB COLLECTING GARBAGE.. AND I TRIPPED AND SPILLED AND THEY ARRESTED YOU FOR 7HAr? WHERE'D YOU SPILU IT? OFF THE TOP Of THE BANK BUILDING ON MAIN STREET, AT RUSH Iricks lo hide from killer whales and other hungry foes. opened wild a game forcing momentary consideralion, he hid of two diamonds today's hand. South expected considerable competition on Ihe deal, so he merely nvercalled with two spades. West passed, having been relieved of (he obligation to Veep thR bidding open, and jNorlh raised his partner lo Ihree spades. Easl now showed his second suit by bidding four hearts and South carried on to game in spades. West's ii a n d presented some attractive distributional features Including five card length ic his partner's sec- ondary suit, so he freely bid five hearts. North persisted lo five spades which East doubled, alllio his defensive features were not lhal impos- ing due to Ihe complete concentration of high cards In nnly two suits. It would have been belter slralegy on his parl lo make a forcing pass nod leave Ihe final decision lo Wesl. West was reluctant to defend on Ihe deal due lo Ihe fact that he was long in both of his suiLi and it appeared that a profit on defense would he negligible at best. He accordingly pulled Ihe double hy bidding six diamonds, His purpose in raising East's first suit was (o alert Ihe hlter to Ihe fact lhat West held Icnxli in both red nulls. opened Ihe three of dia- monds, from his shorler suit. South ruffed, drew trump wilh Ihree pulls and cashed five rounds of staffing one heart from the dummy. A heart trick was conceded lo (he opposition and declarer chalked up n doubled slam lor a substantial profit on Ihe deal. Wesl was Bdmillcdly con- frnnled with a RU3ss and it was unfortunate Iliat Soulh happened lo be vnid in diamonds. West paused lo consider Ihe evidence a moment lie unuld have realized that Hast must have more diamonds than hearts because he bid dia- monds first. If he has five diamonds and four hearts, then the partnership holds nine cards in each suit. However, if Easl has sir diamonds Ihen the chances become greater that one of the opponents may be void in lhat suit. East's willingness lo play six diamonds suggcsb that there may be a greater disparity In IcnKth between his two suits lhan the bidding had previously suggested. Altho Ihc evidence is by nri means conclusive, West per- haps should hnvc been more Inclined to lead n hbnrt. (lad he done so, his side would hjve cashed Ihe first two irlcks, r'aled as a super-smart ani- The premier also said the: mal. Some observers claim government intends to call a lhat he can use a stone as a byelection in Morse constituen- tool lo open a shellfish. In any cy between the end of harvest case, he has some very clever this year and the slart of the spring session of the legislature. The constituency was hold by When not busy, he hides in former premier Ross Thatcher, beds of floating kelp. When he vUio died of a heart attack dozes, he wraps himself in a j scarf of floating seaweed to hide his body and keep himself from floaling awny. The frisky fellow also loves to play. Oflen lie rolls up a wad of seaweed lo loss around in an otter- type ball game. Questions assert by cnlMren of Herald readers should be mailed lo Ask Andy, P.O. Box 763, Hunllnglon BeaM, California 92G48. U.S. park feeling the pinel i HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne DAD SURE READS THE ER A LOT. WHATte HE ALWAVS READING ABOUT? WHAT THERE BESIDES THE FUNNIES? S-19 SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (API The cracral nl Ycllow-ionr Park Co. nnr of I lie rcn.snns for Lbc moie Ihnu Kl-pcr-ccnl. dc cline in visilor travel this ear is "adverse and incorrecl mil> licily." John Amerman, brad of iho company which supplies lourist .services in Iho park, said I lie other reasons were the general economic slowdown, and space industry cvtbacks in Cal- ifornia and Washington. I Ho said the park draws heavily from Ihosc and j Ihc cutbacks as well as slriltcs in various industries probably (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1D7I) Strom occupies driver's scat during lour .VLAVK LAKE (CD Pre- mier Harry Slrom was in Ihc driver's seal, as he loured northern Alberta seeking sup- port for the Aug. .10 provincial election. The premier, wearing cow- forced some families In pnsi- bny bixil.s. look Ihc controls of pouc llicir vacations. a two-engine aircraft taking Amcnnan said Ihcrc also him In n-vcral northern com- wrre incorrect reports almiit j immilics and piloted Hie craft "dangers of coming In the for more Ibau half an hour, park" and specifically cited ac-1 Lalor, he drovo the Social couiil.s concerning overcrowd- I Credit paily's campaign bus ing. crime, hippios and drug1 The premier said lie did Ihc r'rivi'ig hrraiu-n "felt "U'c bvivcn'l Iwen full one j nlmul lending Ilic Social Credit night in four he said. into victory. 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